From June 10, Finland has a daily limit on betting

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From June 10, 2021, a restriction on betting began to operate in Finland – now a limit of 1,500 euros per 24 hours is set in all land-based betting shops. The decision was made and announced by the state operator Veikkaus, which, by the way, is a monopoly in the industry.

Recall that in Finland, similar, restrictive measures for accepting sports bets online were previously adopted and extended until the end of June this year. Here the limit is set to a smaller amount and is equal to five hundred euros. We note the fact that every Finnish better, before placing a bet at a bookmaker’s land-based point, is required to register in the database and confirm his identity with an identification document. It is the common base that allows you to track the size of bets. Earlier, My Lucky Story reported on the launch of a project for identifying customers of slot machine halls in Finland, initiated by the aforementioned Veikkaus. In May 2021, Bojoko released an online guide to legal Finnish bookmakers, as a continuation of its project on licensed online casinos.

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